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    Default What I just stepped in

    I just stepped in dog crap while walking to the kitchen. Isnt life great

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    Question What happened next

    What did you do? Beat the dog? Rub his nose in it?




    Your answer would be very interesting

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    How are you sure it was dog?


    Psychiatrists state 1 in 4 people has a mental illness.
    Look at three of your friends, if they are ok, your it.

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    I thought you guys trained the kiwi to use the toilet?

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    How are you sure it was dog?
    Looked like dog crap, smelt like dog crap, felt like dog crap, tasted like dog crap- phew! Lucky I didn't stand in it!!!!
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    pretty sure it was dog. The texture of it as it squeezed through my toes as I walked barefoot in the dark felt like dog crap and my dog was nearby and hiding

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    Well, Bro,, since you already stepped in it, would you mind coming over to the casa de Gonz and clean out the kennel area? Now that the snow is melting, I have some "land mine clearing" that you can do..
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    Talking I can't stop laughing!

    I think we have a new clubhouse leader for thread of the year.

    I do, however, find it more than a little disturbing that you're apparently extremely familiar with the texture of dog poo squeezing between your toes....

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    Stepping in it... Not disturbing.

    Telling the whole world on the internet....
    Psychiatrists state 1 in 4 people has a mental illness.
    Look at three of your friends, if they are ok, your it.

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    Sounds like a song by Green Jelly and their Cereal Killer CD........
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    What is that smell?

    Walking through the plant today, scooping up what gets away
    It's poo poo, poo poo
    Something's smelling pretty ripe, coming from that sewer pipe
    It's poo poo, poo poo

    You know, everybody knows, who can smell it with their nose
    It's poo poo, poo poo
    I've got poo poo on my shoe, I've got poo poo on my shoe
    It's poo poo, poo poo

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHR1985 View Post
    What is that smell?

    Walking through the plant today, scooping up what gets away
    It's poo poo, poo poo
    Something's smelling pretty ripe, coming from that sewer pipe
    It's poo poo, poo poo

    You know, everybody knows, who can smell it with their nose
    It's poo poo, poo poo
    I've got poo poo on my shoe, I've got poo poo on my shoe
    It's poo poo, poo poo

    Gotta love Cereal Killer
    BBBWWWWWWAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAAHAAA I wondered if anyone else would know

    "....Buuttttt firrrrssstt you've GOT TO....."
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    I _really_ need to stop reading this thread in the weekly board meeting! I can't stop laughing.

    It's bad enough that you stepped in it but did you continue to leave $hitprints on the carpet for the next 3 steps?
    So you call this your free country
    Tell me why it costs so much to live
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    Question Same question,again.

    Quote Originally Posted by 2andfrom View Post
    What did you do? Beat the dog? Rub his nose in it?




    Your answer would be very interesting

    So far you have trod in it--felt it between your toes, and possibly got on top of the fridge and dived into it.

    What happened to the dog that was hiding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2andfrom View Post
    What happened to the dog that was hiding?
    The Scooby Doo answer:"Rut-ro,Raggy."

    The Korean answer:"Dinner."

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    Nothing like a nice warm steamer between the toe's..........ahhhh dog's.......gotta love 'em!
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    my dog ran off and hid away...

    but if it was warm... it would have been a tad better but Oh no... it was cold and no... I just hopped to the bathroom to wipe it off rather than track it around

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHR1985 View Post
    my dog ran off and hid away...

    but if it was warm... it would have been a tad better but Oh no... it was cold and no... I just hopped to the bathroom to wipe it off rather than track it around
    What kind of dog? The deposit might been anywhere from Chihuahua sized to St. Bernard call out the hazmat team sized...
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    Question Once again!

    OK 1985--we will do this nice and s-l-o-w-l-y.


    Did you punish/injure/beat/strangle/hurt/abuse the dog?



    You can answer "Yes" or you can answer "No"--you are not a politician so you cannot answer in weasel words.

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    Dang, this is a GROSS thread!!

    But funny as hell!

    I think I'm having that sympathy "oozing" feeling and my toes are curling in disgust
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2andfrom View Post
    OK 1985--we will do this nice and s-l-o-w-l-y.


    Did you punish/injure/beat/strangle/hurt/abuse the dog?



    You can answer "Yes" or you can answer "No"--you are not a politician so you cannot answer in weasel words.

    Remember "Yes" or "No"---easy enough?
    Maybe the poor pooch was ignored when he was whining at the door waiting to deposit his "mutt muffin"...
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    Capt G--I think you know where I am going( or trying to go) with this one--some people should not be left in charge of a pet rock.

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    Well.... I would like to say I have a manly dog like a Dalmation or a St Bernard... but NOOOOOO....

    I have a Bichon Frise....

    Its pronouced Bi-Shawn Free-Say

    Related to a Poddle...

    And it was wet so it wont go outside but the carpet is dry enough and Yes... It got a @$$ spanking

    So, it laid a nice pile for me spread out like a cluster bomb so that it made sure that I would step in it. It could have gone anywhere but right in the walkway to the kitchen. Needless to say, JHR1985 was not a happy camper

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    Collect all dog pooh ina five gallon plastic bucket, mix in a few weed greens and let set in a rain storm and then let it cook in 80 degree sun for a week. Now find an enemy and dump it on 'em. Next, run like H***.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHR1985 View Post
    Well.... I would like to say I have a manly dog like a Dalmation or a St Bernard... but NOOOOOO....

    I have a Bichon Frise....

    Its pronouced Bi-Shawn Free-Say

    Related to a Poddle...

    And it was wet so it wont go outside but the carpet is dry enough and Yes... It got a @$$ spanking

    So, it laid a nice pile for me spread out like a cluster bomb so that it made sure that I would step in it. It could have gone anywhere but right in the walkway to the kitchen. Needless to say, JHR1985 was not a happy camper
    I have no idea what a "Poddle" is --Bichon Frise,yes--it will not go outside? You weigh approx 200pounds? It weighs 7 or 8 pounds? Pick it up -put it outside-let it do its business-let it back in. We are not talking rocket science here.

    It is a dog-it cannot open the door-it cannot phone you-it cannot write you a note.
    I have a 120 pound American Bulldog--it is snoring on the sofa behind me--every night,before we lockdown, he goes outside to do his stuff(rain/wind etc)--HE DOES NOT GET A CHOICE-HE GOES OUTSIDE FOR 15 MINS.
    He is more loyal than my ex-wife-he would die to protect me and mine-try it you may get more than you receive, apart from smelly toes.
    May I also add my manufacture date?1940--Hitler realised there was a second Messiah-thats why he started WW2
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